Privacy Policy

Almonty Industries Inc. ("Almonty", "we" or "us"), has developed this Privacy Policy to explain all our reasonable precautions to keep any personal data ("Data") secure. This website may include hyperlinks to third-party websites, which are completely beyond the control of Almonty. This Privacy Policy only applies to this website and Almonty is not responsible for the content of the privacy practices of third-party websites.

This Privacy Policy may be updated without notice. We therefore invite you to return to this Privacy Policy from time to time in order to familiarize yourself with any changes.

Processing of Data by Almonty

Almonty does not actively collect personally identifying Data from this website except when specifically and knowingly provided by you. While you browse our website, some information may be recorded passively. We do log your internet protocol ("IP") address for purposes of administrating or compiling demographic information and of monitoring usage and performance of this website. We make use of tracking technology ("Cookies") to gather such data as browser type and operating system, metrics, geographical location and understanding how visitors use this website. The recorded data is used anonymously. For more information about Cookies, see “Cookies” below.

Cookies

Cookies are small pieces of data that web pages place in computers to assist in returning to that page. Almonty uses Cookies to track activities on our website to help us identify what mining-related products and services consumers are interested in, so that we may continually work towards providing useful and relevant content. We also use Cookies to keep you authenticated on our site so that you need to sign in less frequently.

Almonty takes its Cookies policy seriously, recognizing that Cookies can be interpreted as personally identifiable information under privacy regulations such as PIPA and GDPR. While we strictly use Cookies only to service our clients based upon their personal selections, we encourage our clients to familiarize themselves with their browser's cookie settings. It is easy to change the settings on a web browser to deny Cookies or to warn when Cookies will be deposited. For instructions as to how to restrict Cookies, please see the settings and provisions of your browser.

At times we may request that you voluntarily supply us with personal information, such as your e-mail address and postal address, for purposes such as corresponding with us. We do not share this data with anyone else and no one else can access your information unless we are compelled by law or a law enforcement agency to produce required electronic documentation.